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I spent the morning working on my resume, adding to the projects and publications lists, and expanding some of the more interesting projects. And I finally made an HTML version of the resume, though the formatting leaves something to be desired.

I'd originally been planning to spend the afternoon at Stanford, at the memorial for my old professor John McCarthy. But when I signed up for that I'd neglected the fact that it was the YD's 20th birthday. So instead, we went shopping at Target (we'd given her a gift card) and out to dinner at Kobe.

In between, Colleen and I went out for a two-mile st/roll. The scooter started running dangerously low on power about 3/4 of the way through, so I went home by myself and fetched the car to retrieve her. The scooter isn't in terribly good shape; I'm glad we're getting a new one.

In the evening, I started moving stacks of cookbooks to the card table. Colleen promptly rebuilt the stack with a second round of culling. And that's just cookbooks!

Linky: Record Heat Wave Grips US. But Is It Climate Change? Cute little video about trend vs. variation.

0325 Su
  * up 7:40; W=192.6; drugs, nose, teeth, dishes, laundry, exercise, light
  * add to pubs: PIA conference paper XTech 2000 (not there now, of course)
    White Paper: Web Applications and the PIA 
    Savitzky, S. ZRTS: Zilog Real-time Software. 
    WESCON/81, Sept. 1981, pp. 26/3/1-6. 
  * updates to resume and index
  * shopping run:  bagels, Target gift card
  x 4-7pm John McCarthy memorial - Stanford
  & st/roll with Colleen:  d=2.0, t=44, s=2.7, c=196
    back corner of the Rose Garden; ran low on power at the near corner, so I
    went home for the car.  
  * YD birthday dinner at Kobe.
  * 15min:  started moving cookbooks to the card table.  Won't all fit :P
  @ Record Heat Wave Grips US. But Is It Climate Change? +Kee Hinkley

Date: 2012-03-27 03:39 am (UTC)
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From: [personal profile] chaoswolf
Very spiffy, Dad. I hope I get to develop a resume one day that looks as full as yours.

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